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Sis. LeTava Mabilijengo: "IT IS TIME!"

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“IT IS TIME!” This is the title of the latest, long awaited book by Sister LeTava Mabilijengo.

 “IT IS TIME!” delivers Sis. LeTava’s down to earth insights on seven (7) challenges that confuse, compromise and render fruitless too many would-be/wanna-be free African persons, especially those of us in the u.s.a.

“IT IS TIME!” delivers ten (10) organized and deliberate steps for unified, dignified, self-reliant transformation and liberation for African families and communities; steps growing from Sis. LeTava’s life-long experiences as a daughter, sister, mother, home-schooler, mentor;

all under the matriarchal spirit and principles that have been the dominate factors in authentic, viable African life over the ages of our African existence. (Learn more about her and the work she does by visiting her website at www.sisterletava.com.)

“If you don’t work, you don’t eat!” These are words that often flow from Sis. LeTava’s lips, as she goes about the life of loving labor and diligence to which that spirit and those principles have called her.

If we could put words in her mouth to expand on those words, they might go something like this: If you are not willing put your hands, your feet, your soul -- your total being, into the soil of the works that will bring forth the tree of our true African liberation, then neither you nor your children nor their children will ever taste the fruits of such a tree. For without that organized, uncompromising, deeply abiding commitment, that tree will never exist except as a figment of your delusional imagination.

Learn more about IT IS TIME!” and the work it calls all Africans who are serious about Nation-building to embrace, by joining Sister LeTava and us on HC LIVE & DIRECT!

“IT IS TIME!”

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African Liberation
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